NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Tripos’ shareholders have approved the company’s plan to sell its Discovery Informatics business to Vector Capital and liquidate the company, Tripos said today.
 
Earlier this month, Institutional Shareholder Services, an advisory firm Tripos hired to help in its liquidation plans, recommended that shareholders approve the deal.
 

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